Monthly Archives: August 2017

An evening with Patricia Holland

Patricia Holland, an avid gardener and Riverwest resident, is renting a community garden bed at the Victory Garden Urban Farm this season. We sat down with her at the Victory Garden Urban Farm to learn more about why she participates … Continue reading

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Letter from the Director: Winter Is Coming

No, I’m not making a Game of Thrones reference, though I did think it might get your attention. In a recent conversation with a friend, I was reminded how many people move towards happiness during the summer season. “It’s about … Continue reading

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Youth Internship Report

By Roxanne Hanna, Youth Education Coordinator After two months of solid programming with the youth interns, we now have two weeks left. We have gone deep with this program, incorporating not only principles of gardening, but also ecology, cooking, natural … Continue reading

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True Cost

The seed of introduction: “A nation that destroys its soil destroys itself.” ~Franklin D. Roosevelt Today, much traveled, highly processed and heavily marketed food has become so much the norm that many people no longer know where their food originates. … Continue reading

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